Waves by Daniel Palacios

April 23rd, 2012 // No Comments // Posted by Andrea

Daniel Palacios

DATE: 30.03.12 / 25.06.12
PLACE: LABoral (Gijón, Spain)

“Waves will be part of this international group exhibit that intends to explore the synthesis between image and sound, the different graphical and physical representations of sound, and its evolution in the context of contemporary art. It charts a course of the most representative artists and pieces of the last decade, also focusing on “visual music” experiments by artists from the beginning of the last century such as Oskar Fischinger and James Whitney. ‘Visualising Sound’ originated in the idea of generating dialogue among all of the pieces that make up the exhibition, spanning a century of creation based on the same idea or concept: to dominate the wave, represent and tame it; the need to go beyond the place where our senses have brought us, which is, after all, the essence of all art. It seeks to show the broadest possible spectrum of the multiple representations of sound, investigating the sound dimension of the spaces we live in.”

Making of  “Waves”

Waves from Daniel Palacios on Vimeo.

“A long piece of rope represents three dimensionally a series of waves floating in space, as well as producing sounds from the physical action of their movement: the rope which creates the volume also simultaneously creates the sound by cutting through the air, making up a single element.” (Daniel Palacios)

Making of  “Waves”

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